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‘People’s climate march’ inspires (what, exactly?)

NYC crowd promises to help ‘people’, ‘climate’, senator’s sign becomes litter!

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CNN in fresh blunder: 110% reporting in Scotland poll!

UPDATE: TWO new CNN blunders! These guys are on a roll! Another day, yet another CNN screw-up. This time, alert viewers (a rare animal when it comes to the beleaguered cable news outlet) caught poll results that just didn’t add up. While we know Scotland has put its all into the independence debate, without phantom […]

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Seacrest Lout

Is there anything more amusing than the union-led circus outside Ryan Seacrest’s Hollywood offices? The allegedly talented star (of what exactly, again?) is facing International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees (IATSE) pickets over labor practices on one of his reality shows, Shahs of Sunset. Couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy (wait, is Seacrest […]

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Scotland: we’d laugh if only it were funny

Somewhere around 10pm EDT, we should have some idea whether Scotland voters have gone for independence or opted to remain within the United Kingdom. Though a late poll has No (to independence) in the lead, it’s too early to tell what will occur.

In the meantime, there’s little to do other than wait for results and hope the people of Scotland can see just how dangerous breaking apart would be in terms of national (and global!) security, economics and more. Read all »

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Hannity: I was hit with belt as a child

What was supposed to be a debate over NFL running back Adrian Peterson’s child abuse indictment took an unexpected turn last night as host Sean Hannity revealed he’d repeatedly been disciplined with a belt as a child.

Saying “I deserved it” and “I was a troubled kid”, Hannity repeatedly discussed the corporal punishment in his family home growing up and compared it with Peterson’s alleged use of a “switch” on his son. As the segment continued, the Fox News Channel talker’s own story seemed to overshadow that of the now-suspended Minnesota Vikings player. Read all »

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Rosie O’Donnell: still clueless after all these years

After her previous tenure on The View ended embarrassingly, you’d think Rosie O’Donnell might have done her homework before returning to the show.

But Noooooo, Rosie still allows her mouth to get ahead of her brain, with predictable results. During yesterday’s edition of the ABC morning show, O’Donnell was stumped when syndicated columnist / author / TV pundit Charles Krauthammer came up in the discussion.

O’Donnell had never heard of him. While he’s not a household word by any means, Krauthammer’s name is universally known within the world of politics. And that’s where Rosie once again demonstrated just how little she knows. Read all »

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Satanists ‘flood’ Florida schools with ‘children’s activity books’

In retrospect, was it really a good idea to allow public schools in Florida to distribute religious material? It was only a matter of time before a fringe group would take advantage of the opportunity to gain undeserved access to mainstream society.

And that’s exactly what has happened as the Satanic Temple has “flooded” them with activity books designed to teach acceptance of the Dark Side. Parents, time for a backpack check!

From CBS Tampa Bay: Read all »

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‘Coexist’ stickers meet their match

At a time when liberals and conservatives live almost entirely apart from one another, one of the few remaining opportunities for “debate” is on the highways. You’ve no doubt seen “progressive” bumper stickers filling up every available square inch of the Prius in front of you, with none more obnoxious than the “Coexist” variety.

How exactly are we to “coexist” with extremists who will stop at nothing to kill us all? It’s a question the lefties have never been willing or able to answer.

But it was only a matter of time before conservatives would fight back with their own version. Read all »

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Huckabee a threat to Ted Cruz?

Is Mike Huckabee really a threat to Ted Cruz for the GOP presidential nomination? We were sure this was satire until convinced otherwise, but the National Review has tried to make this case.

Apparently, the squirrel-eating Arkansas evangelist could be standing in the way of a Cruz 2016 general election campaign.

From the piece, published earlier today: Read all »

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Arianna to sheep (readers): pay for my reporter!

With a net worth conservatively estimated at $50 million (likely many times higher), it’s hard to believe Arianna Huffington would solicit donations to pay a reporter’s salary. Does she really need handouts?

But that’s exactly what has happened at Huffington Post, where a site called helped her raise $40,000 to keep a correspondent stationed in Ferguson, Missouri for the next year. Read all »

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No means yes (to another round of election-year Rush-bashing)

Hey, it may (or may not) have worked last time, so why not try it again?

Looking to relaunch 2012′s War on Women, liberal activists have been waiting for a good chance to twist Rush Limbaugh’s words to power their OUTRAGE (!!!!!!!) Machine. It’s like rocket fuel for the angry left.

Today, they think they’ve found it. In a monologue from yesterday’s show, Limbaugh said this: Read all »

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Celery for schoolkids, but honey buns at the White House!

At a time when school districts nationwide have been compelled to offer disappointingly incomplete meals and faced student revolts as a result, you’d think Michelle Obama might have White House vending machines stocked full of celery and carrots.

But NO, instead, they’re filled with “caloric nightmares” including a 590-calorie Honey Bun, Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies, coconut mini donuts and more. The prepackaged pastry includes 17g of saturated fat and 30g sugar.

It’s perfect for First Family-types who might get a late night case of the munchies! Read all »

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Liberals vs Game Show Hosts

Nothing infuriates “progressives” more than entertainment industry folks who refuse to stick to the script.

Because blacklisting is normally a simple matter, actors are easily controlled. But television personalities with a lot of tenure in a niche segment are tougher to destroy.

That may be why game show hosts Chuck Woolery and Pat Sajak have been getting away with overtly promoting conservative ideology on social media and elsewhere: how exactly do you get them fired? So the left can only seethe in anger while these two use Twitter to taunt their foes. Read all »